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OneUp EDC Gear // Overview & Install

We used to wear backpacks, and then we turned to fanny packs. With the OneUp EDC gear, you can now stash your tools inside of your bike and ditch your pack altogether.

In this video I go over what the EDC gear is all about, show the cool features, and even show you how to install it with the OneUp Tap tool!

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21 replies on “OneUp EDC Gear // Overview & Install”

so if i have a crash with a twisted handle bar, how difficult is it to realign it back on trail?

Would it be stupid to tap 2 bikes and swap the tool from one to the other (both bikes would need the top cap)

do you have to buy all of the extra kits just to install it or is there any way getting around that

Can you give opinion on the stash tool from granite? The one that also goes on the stem, great video !

Was so professionally done by you, I rather am too lazy to do all that, I love carrying a 10L backpack and just throwing in whatever I want, tools, bars, etc. That works for me.

So if you install your edc tool , and you some how decide u dont like it anymore could you still tap in a star nut or are you basicly destroying your fork with this

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